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pipeline disaster in u-s history... the growing tragedy d frustration... g two nights after what could be the worst pipeline disaster in u.s. history, the growing tragedy and frustration. >> give us a number or don't give us a number but don't tell us that people are not missing. we know people are missing. >> the explosion's incredible power. >> from the south end of the crater, the distance to where the pipe is now sitting in the street is about 100 feet. >> the demand for answers. >> you realize that some of this pipe was laid in 1948, others in the '50s, it raises a lot of questions. >> and appreciation for bay area heroes. [ applause ] good evening. i'm ann notarangelo. the death toll has climbed from the pipeline disaster. today investigators recovered
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three more people. that means a total of seven people are confirmed dead from thursday's explosion. authorities won't confirm identities but we do know two of the latest victims were found in a home. six people are still missing. meanwhile today, the ntsb spent the day checking out that crater left behind and the pipeline. investigators say the pipe blew 100 feet away from its original position. here's what they are really curious about -- it's made up of small segments of piping. they say they are not sure why. and that will be a new piece of this puzzle to investigate. >> there are lots of reason to have segmented pipe like this. that's one of the reasons we're exploring is why this pipe segmented. it's more expensive to have segmented pipes than unsegmented pipes. we'll be looking into that why that occurred. >> the ntsb is still trying to figure out when pg&e last
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inspected the pipelines. and for the first time, neighbors had a chance to sound off to bay area leaders. here's what happened at a town hall meeting. >> reporter: people came to demand answers, like when do they get back in to their homes? pg&e told the people it would stand by them and it would never abandon san bruno. 271 homes in the damaged area have been off limits since the blast. by noon tomorrow, those whose homes are not damaged are expected to be allowed in the area that's still considered a crime scene by investigators. >> they will be escorted to their homes. pg&e will provide assistance at each residence in relighting pilot lights and assuring that the utilities are functioning properly. >> they will be able to stay in green tagged homes, get belongings from yellow tagged
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homes. they will not be allowed into properties red tagged. [ applause ] >> reporter: the spontaneous round of applause was for can bruno's fire chief as he steps to the microphone to answer a question. victims and families came to this meeting with serious issues that were quick to show with their aapplause -- applause appreciation. this was for the city workers. even pg&e received praise for its promise to make whole. [ inaudible ] [ applause ] >> reporter: pg&e's spokesperson says the high- pressured pipeline was inspected on regular intervals. if there is a question of neighbors smelling gas, phone
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records will show it and they will turn those records over to the ntsb. but another source says it was high risk. the ntsb says it will not produce it report from 12 to 18 months. >> to me, that's unacceptable. we'll get reports as we move forward. that's why i'm going to the route, the public utilities. >> reporter: abel maldonado is asking for inspections of age. >> we can't rush science. we can certainly ask for and demand that we get regular informational briefings on what they have found to date. >> reporter: another news conference expected here tomorrow morning at 8:00 in the bay hill shopping center parking lot as we've been telling you, this has been the scene for the incident command center and for the media for and for folks trying to get --
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media and for folks trying to get information. so those folks will know if they can get back in the homes by noon. ann? >> thank you, don. the ntsb got a better look at the aftermath and investigators say the size of the crater left behind by the blast measures 167 feet by 26 feet. they do not know how deep it is yet because it's too unstable to put anyone inside. as for the pipe, the investigators recovered a 28- foot long segment of the 30- inch pipe. the pipeline was owned by pg&e. well, dogs searching a san bruno neighborhood where the gas exploded may have discovered more victims. authorities say the dogs have picked up the scents of nine bodies. but it's unclear what the bodies may be. they could be from dead animals or from the bodies from some of the people still unaccounted
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for. >> reporter: when news of the blast broke, members of the church nearby were terrified with what they saw. they later heard from one member of the family who was not home at the time but believes her husband, mother and son-in-law were. they haven't been heard from since. >> they have been following odd leads trying to find them at -- they've been to all of the area hospitals. it's been really stressful for the family. >> reporter: they reported these three missing, 80-year- old grandmother lavonnebullis, greg bullis and willie bullis. we're told willie walked with a cane and lavonne had trouble walking. here's one family member live on the news. >> my family lives on the
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corner of crestmoor claremont. their names are lavon, greg and willie. if anyone has information, please contact channel 5. it's a stressful situation, as i'm sure it is for many families. >> we haven't had reports of missing people. so we're continuing to complete the search. >> it's like are they trying to string out hope for people? are they trying to make the situation seem less than it is? >> reporter: saturday morning, finally, some acknowledgement. >> my understanding is there's still a couple of people that are unaccounted for, a couple. is two right? two. >> reporter: authorities have been saying since it happened that there's still more rubble to go through. they brought out this cadaverrer dog today, a grim task with an outcome unlikery
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to yield positive arkansas news as members of this church wait for this word. >> in my gut, i think there's more missing than just the bullis family. give us a number, or don't give us a number but don't tell us there are people missing when we know there are people missing . >> reporter: back to you. >> so far the coroner's confirmed the identity of jacqueline greig and her daughter janessa and jess jessica morale less. senator barbara boxer toured the disaster zone and says the explosion brings up serious concerns about the pipelines in bay area neighborhoods and points out some of those lines are more
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than half a century old. >> when you realize that some of this pipe was laid in 1948, others in the '50s, it raises a lot of questions. there are maps kept by pg&e and they will respond. i asked them that question, if somebody has a question, they have the maps and they can tell you how close you live next to one of these pipelines. >> meanwhile, pg&e said today that there are three of these pipelines running up the peninsula. they are currently doing a special inspection of all three of them. but the utility's president took a grilling from reporters, particularly on whether work crews had done any recent work on the pipelines. >> i'm not gonna be able to confirm whether we did that in that pipeline or not. >> it would be because there was some problem in the pipe, would be the reason why? >> i don't know. >> pg&e also said it's not found any reports that neighbors smelled natural gas
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in the weeks leading up to the explosion. >> for the latest information on the pipeline disaster go to cbs5.com. is it the body of a missing man or another murder victim in the bay area murder spree? tonight, the identity of a body found in a hercules home. beacons of light where the twin towers once stood. the memorials around the country and here. well, it's the weekend, and so far so good. boy, today was a nice one. what about tomorrow? well, sunday so far looks like it won't be a bad day but temperatures they are cooling down again. i have tomorrow's cooler highs -- coming up. the guys who drive a heavy duty truck, have some heavy duty demands. like enough horsepower and torque to get out of just about any situation.
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a payload that beats the other guys flat out. a frame sturdy enough to bear up a max towing capacity that's over 10 tons. and a braking system tough enough to bring it all to a stop. heavy duty demands? gentlemen, your truck is ready. as governor, he cut waste got rid of the mansion and the limo budgets were balanced. $4 billion in tax cuts. world class schools and universities. clean energy promoted. 1.9 million new jobs created. california was working. i'm jerry brown. california needs major changes. we have to live within our means; we have to return power and decision making to the local level-closer to the people and no new taxes without voter approval. jerry brown the knowledge and know-how to get california working again.
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thursday night's pipeline explosion that leveled a san bruno neighborhood. investigators now say seven recapping our top story tonight -- thursday night's explosion, officials say seven people are confirmed dead. that's up from four and six people are still missing. also today we learned that before the blast, federal regulators declared the section of pipeline high risk because it ran through a densely populated area. federal inspectors examining that piece of pipe also say they have questions about why it was made up of segments of smaller pipe. it does appear all of the
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victims traced to an east bay killing prethat left six dead are now accounted for -- spree that left six dead are now accounted for. the body found inside a hercules home today is that of frederick sales. he had not been seen since his father was found in that same house. the victim, efrain valdemoro, was shot and killed by the chp. today is the anniversary of the 9/11. after a night filled of ceremonies, tonight blue beams are shining in the night of new york city. they mark the spot where the tin towers once stood. this has been an annual tradition reminding people of what was lost. ing about bag lost.
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[ bagpipes ] >> this morning bagpipes escorted the area where the 3,000 victims' names were read. and president obama took part in a wreath-laying ceremony at the pentagon to pay tribute to the 184 people killed there on 9/11. >> we will not let the acts of some small band of murderers who slaughter the innocent and cower in caves distort who we are. >> meantime, first lady, michelle obama, and former first lady, laura bush, attended a memorial in shanksville, pennsylvania. today, together, they remembered the victims of flight 93, the plane that crashed into an open field. the 9/11 anniversary played a major role in the bay area today. members of the armed service and police and firefighters marched through the wine
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festival. the event was observed to honor the heroes of 9/11. but some of those attending were a little humbled by the event. >> we're not heroes. we're just doing our jobs. the true heroes are those that have fallen. those are the people we are honoring today. >> the army, air force, marines and coast guard were honored today. tracy is in for lawrence tonight. good to see you. >> good to be here. it's been a really nice weekend. so far, so good. this saturday, plenty of sunshine, warm temperatures. for tonight, though, the fog already beginning to build back in. this is the golden gate shot. but we use it for weather every now and then because it shows when the low clouds come in. mostly clear conditions with fog moving in late along the coastline. patchy fog expected in the overnight around the bay and
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clear skies inland. temperatures in the overnight will range from the upper 40s to the upper 50s. how about sunday and how about plenty of sunshine? yeah. i figured you would like that. 78 to 91 degrees inland. temperatures around the bay, 64 to 76. clouds are expected early but mostly sunny conditions by the afternoon. a little bit more of the same along the coastline. morning fog with a mix of sun and clouds with temperatures ranging from 58 to 62. now, plenty of sunshine is in tomorrow's forecast but temperatures not as warm today, saturday, 91 in livermore, 89 in santa rosa. 75 in san francisco. tomorrow, expecting temperatures to range from 4 to 6 to 7 degrees cooler. here is a look at some more highs -- 75 union city. 83 in santa clara. 84 in more morgan hill -- morgan hill. the lower to mid-60s along the coastline. east bay location, richmond, at 71. 74 in oakland. once you move into the east bay hills we're moving into the
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lower to mid-80s, from pleasant hill to danville to dublin. 90s expected in brentwood. napa looking at 82. 8 sonoma. 75 in novato. nice, mild temperatures. 77 in san rafael. 79 in kentfield. san francisco, 68 degrees. today was 75. so your seven-day forecast, breaking it down, based on locations, inland locations tomorrow in the lower 90s. mid-70s around the bay. lower 760s for the coastline. temperatures will gradually drop off as we move toward the middle of the workweek. but all in all, a really nice forecast. something else pretty decent forecast but it could be better. that's the 9ers taking on the seattle seahawks tomorrow. chance of rainfall there, conditions in the mid-60s. it's a 30% chance of showers. not expecting a wash out and then -- washout and then the raiders in tennessee. 91 with mostly sunny skies. good luck tomorrow. >> there's only one story between you and sports.
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so just hold on. >> i know. i know. >> he did it again. joey chestnut can add burritos to a list of food he can eat. >> 3, 2, 1! >> chestnut won the burrito- eating contest at the new mexico state fair. he chowed down 47 burritos in ten minutes. in total, he ate more than 11 pounds of tortillas, beef, beans and green chili. he walked away with a $1500 cash prize. he holds title in the hot dog and chicken wing eating contest. kim's here. >> tracy has to wait for alabama? >> just a few minutes. she will be okay. last nights the giants caught the padres. today, they had a chance to pass them. and week two of college season looks a lot like week one for the bears. sports is next. ,,,,
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the -- the red hot rockies are one and a half games behind the giants. the as honoring bay area firefighters before the game. the red sox led 2-0 but the as finally got to john lackey in the 7th. mark ellis scores. rajai ends up at 3rd. as take the lead. 9th boston had the tying run but bailey freezes oritz with a 95-mile-per-hour fastball. the a. s get back over .500. cal fans can't wait for colorado to join the pac-10 after what they saw in berkeley but for now they are still in the big 12. >> it ain't a mural. >> wind of likes like it -- kind of looks like it. shane makes the big catch.
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7-0 bears. he now has -- vereen. mike mohamed takes one of the intercepts for a -- interceptions for a touchdown. jim harbaugh, pac-10 opener against ucla. rolls out and finds ryan wayland for the touchdown. michael thomas takes it right out of kevin's hands. doesn't get any easier than that. stanford shut os out the bruins 5-0. mike mcintyre will have to wait another week for a win. taking on wisconsin. third quarter, spartans down when they find the end zone for
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the first time. chandler jones makes four defenders miss. 27 badgers. san jose state had no answer for last year's big player of the year, clay, 137-yards and two touchdowns. wisconsin beat san jose state, 27-14. despite the law -- loss, they had a better showing than against alabama. the number one team in the country, alabama extended their winning streak to 16 games with a 24-3 win over penn state. roll, tide. some lucky fan went home with nikki mathew's jacket. the duke stunned virginia tech 21-16. the hokies are now 0-2. ohio state hosting miami.
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terrell pryor ran for 11 yards. they beat the u, 26-34. noter game and michigan, joe upon tan gnaw's -- montana's son making his debut. he probably wants that big. brian kelly loses his first game. the wolverines beat the irish, 28-24. kim clijsters was going for her three-peat. she won it in 2005 and missed the next few before returning to win it. this pretty sums up the night for vera zvonareva. clijsters wins in straight seats. she's now won 21 straight matches at flushing meadows. not bad for someone who took two years off to raise her daughter. on the men's side, regger federer and novak djokovic, he
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rallied back and will take on rafael nadal tomorrow. team usa tries to advance to the game since 1994. more sports next. ,,,,,,,,
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